Most WordPress themes in 2014 are widgitized where you go to “Appearance” >> “Widgets” and drag and drop various widgets on the left to your themes sidebar(s) on the right, creating a WordPress blog precisely how you want it. The simplest of WordPress themes have a single widget area: like a left sidebar where widgets can be dragged to and the 12 WordPress default widgets: Archives Widget Calendar Widget : HIGH SEO Damage Categories Widget Custom Menu Widget Meta Widget : LOW SEO Damage Pages Widget Recent Comments Widget : MEDIUM SEO Damage Recent Posts Widget RSS Widget Search Widget Tag Cloud Widget Text Widget The Stallion Responsive Theme includes no fewer than 21 additional custom WordPress widgets (Stallion also […]

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